Tags » Books And Publishing

What are service publishers?

Service publishers are akin to vanity publishers in that they will print or publish whatever you have for a price. They will not pass judgment on it and they don’t care if it sells.

158 more words

Ten years of trying to get a book deal

“So after 16 years of writing books and 10 years of failing to find a publisher, why do I keep trying? I ask myself this every day.” 256 more words


Guest Author

Today, my guest is Caroline Clemmons, spinner of western tales of romance and adventure. Her newest and last book of her Bride Brigade series sounds great! 1,121 more words

Books And Reading

The Decline of the Short Story in Conventional Publishing

Once upon a time, short stories were very popular. There were countless genre magazines (the most famous/infamous of which were undoubtedly those devoted to horror) that regularly released collections of short stories not only by popular and well-established authors but also by newcomers. 912 more words

Short Stories

New Old Books.....

Getting the rights to a book back from a large publishing house can be a challenge. I spent at least three years trying to get the rights back on my last traditionally published book, MAN OF THE WEST, written under the pseudonym Sadie Callahan. 677 more words

Books And Reading

Readers (and Writers) Beware!

The world of electronic publishing and reading has been a blessing to many people. My DH for instance. On his Kindle reader he can enlarge the font and enjoy reading without his glasses. 2,229 more words

Books And Reading

A Rocky Journey...

At last, I’m sneaking up on the end of THE HORSEMAN, Book #3 of the Sons of Texas trilogy and below is the blurb. I hope to release the e-book in July or August at the latest. 637 more words

Books And Reading